“In yet another speech criticizing the current state of affairs in the country, President Kolinda Grabar Kitarović slammed the judiciary this time. Speaking at the Fires in Croatia, Defense and Prevention conference, President Kolinda Grabar Kitarović commented on the state of the Croatian judiciary. The President said: “It is a discouraging fact that corruption exists in the Croatian judiciary and sadly it is present in other segments of the state administration and I believe that one of the basic preconditions for the eradicating of corruption in Croatia is the introduction of a comprehensive e-government system which will enable the close monitoring what has someone been doing, when, how long have they been working on a case, what the elements of a certain program are and so on. In modern countries there already exist computer systems that are able to compare different cases and detect possible corruptive elements.“ (HRT)